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Emerging Macro Trends – My perspective (Year 2005)

Macro Trends The population is aging in Developed Economies but is getting younger in some Developing Economies. Skill mismatch amongst countries. Outsourcing / Offshoring are more prevalent. Increasing Globalization and Qualitative Restrictions. Increasing Regulatory Intervention. The increasing role of NGOs in Global society. Increase in speed of Change. Free flow of Information and Ideas on […]

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Personal Philosophy

My beliefs to be successful in life – April 2005

Some of my colleagues had been asking me on my beliefs to be successful, Here are some of the things that I have tried to practice: We must Dare to Dream and we must Think Big, i.e. not rationally but exponentially. It is extremely important to have a Vision, Guiding Principles and Core Values. This […]

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Personal Philosophy

How To Become a C.E.O

To start with we need to understand the meaning of CEO. According to me CEO is “Committed, Ethical and Organized” person. We all want to become CEO, but few of us have the tenacity to be a successful CEO. CEOs are just like space shuttles ,they have the motivation to rise from ground zero ,pass […]

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Personal Philosophy

Biggest Gift

Dear Rohan & Ishani I thank you from the bottom of my heart , for having taken the pains to give me the Gifts of my choice on my 41st birthday, but the biggest gift to me would be if you can become a good Human Being. I want to share some of my thoughts, […]

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Business Philosophy

Evolution of a CFO

The Information Age that exists today has given us a fresh new perspective on the role of financial management and finance managers. As we head towards the Knowledge Age, this call cannot be ignored. Infact, re-orienting an organisation for the advent of the professional Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a necessity as is for other […]

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